Embracing Black & White #2308
. . . bridging differences of style and culture, music makes the world a bigger place.
DUKE ELLINGTON: Don’t get around much anymore & I let a song go out of my heart –Ruby Braff, cornet; Dick Hyman (Wurlitzer/Keystone Oaks High School, Dormont, PA) Arbors 19269
WAYNE MARSHALL (arr.): Improvisation on themes from Leonard Bernstein’s Candide –Wayne Marshall (2005 Karl Schuke/Philharmonie, Luxembourg) Fugue State Records 006
FELA SOWANDE: Yoruba Lament –Lucius Weathersby (1864-1951 Willis/St. Michael & All Angels Church, Great Torrington, England) Albany 440
CALVIN TAYLOR: 2 Spiritual Meditations (Perfect Peace; Lift every voice and sing) –Calvin Taylor (1994 Casavant/1st Baptist Church, Bowling Green, KY) PD Archive (r. 11-23-22)
Filler – ELLINGTON (see above)
WILLIAM RUNYAN: Great is thy faithfulness. DORIS AKERS: Sweet, sweet spirit. ANDRAÉ CROUCH: The blood will never lose its power –Currenton Ensemble; Evelyn Simpson-Currenton, voice & organ (unidentified) Currenton Publications 2009
FLORENCE PRICE: Organ Sonata No. 1 –Nathaniel Gumbs (1927 Skinner/Woolsey Hall, Yale University, New Haven, CT) PD Archive (r. 9-18-22)
ROBERT A. HARRIS: A Solemn Processional. MARK FAX: The Quiet Church. DAVID HURD: Evening Song. MARK A. MILLER: Toccata, Lift every voice and sing –Mickey Thomas Terry (2013 Austin/1st Baptist Church, Washington, DC) PD Archive (r. 7/13/22)
Filler – TAYLOR: Lift every voice and sing) (see above)
PIPEDREAMS has been exploring ‘music of color’ for the past thirty years. Check out some of the previous programs in our archive.
PIPEDREAMS is supported in memory of Mr. & Mrs. Wesley C. Dudley by their family, by grants from Walter McCarthy, Clara Ueland, and the Greystone Foundation, the Art and Martha Kaemmer Fund of the HRK Foundation, by Jan and Steve Kirchner, and by listener-contributors to this public radio station. Additional support comes from Taylor & Boody Organ Builders of Staunton, VA, and the A. Thompson-Allen Company of New Haven, CT, members of APOBA, the Associated Pipe Organ Builders of America, a collaborative of designers, creators, and maintainers of pipe organs found in religious and educational institutions, concert halls, and residences throughout the United States and beyond. A resource guide and member prospectus is available at APOBA.COM.